Organizations / Ministries

Physical Addresses

St. Mary’s Catholic Church:
8227 County Road 205

Plantersville, TX 77363

St. Joseph Catholic Mission:
11323 County Road 304
Navasota, TX 77868

Mailing Address

P. O. Box 388
Plantersville, Texas 77363

Phone and Email

Parish Phone: (936) 894-2223
Parish Fax  (936) 894-3613
General E-Mail: [email protected]

Office Hours

Monday – Thursday 8:00am – 5:00pm

Friday – 8:00am -12:00 Noon

Closed each day  from

12:00 – 1:00pm for lunch

ORGANIZATIONS / MINISTRIES

 

936-894-2223

Parish Administrator

Bill Jones

Alcoholics Anonymous

Leland Fougeron

936-825-2709

Adult Bible Study & Spiritual Enrichment

James and Mary Barnette

936-851-0155

Annulments

Call Parish Office

936-894-2223

Sue Langston

979-268-6886

St. Mary’s Altar Society

Kim Kleimann 281-788-7145

979-268-6886

St. Joseph’s Altar Society

Marcy Pavlock 936-661-6662

979-268-6886

Altar Servers

Wanda O’Brien 936-597-6328

979-268-6886

The St. Mary’s Altar Society is a service ministry open to women of all ages in the parish. Our mission is to show our love of God through service and community. We strive to strengthen the spiritual life of our members though promoting a loving and supportive environment that has outreach to the parishioners of St. Mary’s and others.

The ministries within our group include:
Altar Care – maintains the cleanliness and dignity of the sanctuary.
Funeral Receptions – provides a meal of support for family and friends of deceased members of our parish.
Prayer Blankets – are handmade with love for the sick or as needed.
Nursing Home Visits – offer personal interaction with those who are not surrounded by loved ones.
Retired Priest Support – is given through prayer, personal visits and snacks.
Works of Mercy – takes part in activities to serve parishioners who have physical and spiritual needs.
Hospitality Team – prepares and serves food for our St. Marys community after masses on Sundays.

The members of the Altar Society gather on the second Tuesday of the month for fellowship and a meal. We hope that you will consider becoming a member and join us in supporting St. Mary’s.

Cheryl Schratwieser 936-894-2223

Gabriel Project

Wanda O’Brien 936-597-6328

“Peace be with you; I give you my peace. Not as the world gives 
do I give it to you. Do not let your hearts be troubled or afraid”
John 14:27

The Gabriel Project is a pro-life parish-based apostolate of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston offering assistance to women experiencing difficult circumstances during pregnancy. Gabriel Project volunteers act to provide practical advice and help, as well as spiritual support and Christian witness to mothers in need. Our Gabriel Angels are trained to provide some of the following based on your particular needs:

  • Be a resource to answer questions about pregnancy, childcare, and parenting
  • Provide friendship, emotional, and spiritual support
  • Help with items for a new baby
  • Knowledge about available community resources to meet your needs

If you or someone you know is experiencing a difficult pregnancy, please call the hotline at 713-225-5826 or St. Mary’s parish office at 936-894-2223 or Wanda O’Brien at 936-597-6328.  We’re here to help!

GriefShare

Mary Marshall 281-356-2497

GriefShare Ministry

GriefShare program Welcomes all who have experienced a loss of a loved one in their life.
The foundation for the program is based on
Community, Understanding, Support and Encouragement. Our Facilitators understand and have experienced what you are currently going through. They are here to offer comfort and encouragement during this difficult time while sharing the knowledge to help you move forward.
GriefShare teachings are biblical based on grief and recovery topics.
GriefShare is a wonderful ministry that touches people’s heart and helps the mending process begin
GriefShare is a 13 week program that our Facilitator’s manage
We are in need of Facilitator’s and Helper’s(with organizational task)
Our organization is looking for people that are;
Compassionate, Empathic, Willingness spirit to help, have Good Listening skills, & Comfortable sharing with others

Guardian Angels (Seniors)

Nancy Schlottman 936-597-832

The purpose of the Guardian Angels is to entertain the senior members (50 & over) of our Parish and surrounding communities by providing fun and fellowship. We have activities at St. Mary’s on a weekly and monthly basis.

If you like to play 42 or any kind of dominoes, card games or bingo, you need to come to our meetings, check us out and get involved. We have been on day trips and also trips lasting up to 9 days.

Again, come to our meeting on the first Tuesday of the month at 10 a.m. upstairs in the Family Life Center

Homebound Ministry

Larry & Patty Decker 936-445-6078

Richard Prokop 936-597-8688

Deacon Ted Baker 979-695-9066

For Spanish Speaking Prep

Call: Brenda Martinez 936-777-9720

Stella York 936- 894-3161

Pro-Life Outreach

Nance Shaw 936-894-2512

Don Picard 936-697-0195

Rummage Sale Coordinators

Lauren Twining 832- 934-0465

St. Mary’s Cemetery ⇾ 

Rita Swonke 713-557-5817

St. Joseph’s Cemetery ⇾ 

Justin Mock 936-894-2326

Stitchin’ Sisters

Juli Murphy 936-206-0677

Write for Life

Bob Dean 936-582-6314

Youth Group

Susan Horne 281-536-0810

Men’s Club  

                    Greg Houston (713) 898-4172

St. Mary Men’s Club is an active group of men who are dedicated to our parish. Membership in the club is open to all male parishioners (18 years or older)
Meetings are on the 3rd Tuesdays of each month at 6:30pm, beginning with an onsite supper cooked by a volunteer team of guys each month. Cooking experience isn’t necessary. A good appetite is.
The purposes of this organization are to promote fellowship; to aid with various projects as needed; to raise and disperse funds to support projects deemed necessary; and to allow members the opportunity to gather, present, discuss and develop ideas and events to enrich the lives of its parishioners.
The primary fundraiser is the annual golf tournament, the main purpose is to fund scholarships for high school students continuing education.
We invite newcomers with open arms.

DIRECTIONS

 

St. Mary's Church

St. Joseph Catholic Mission

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Go north on Interstate 45 to Conroe. From Conroe, take Hwy 105 west 3 miles past the blinking light in Plantersville to Stoneham. Turn left on Spur 234 and go over the railroad tracks. Turn left at the T and veer right over the railroad tracks onto CR 304. Go 2/10 mile to the church entrance on the left.

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Go west on Hwy 290 to Hempstead. Take Hwy. 6 north toward Navasota. Turn right on Hwy 105 east to Stoneham. Turn right on Spur 234 and go over the railroad tracks. Turn left at the T and veer right over the railroad tracks onto CR 304. Go 2/10 mile to the church entrance on the left.

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Go north on Interstate 45 to Conroe. From Conroe, take Hwy 105 west to Plantersville. Turn right at blinking yellow light onto FM1774 and go about 2 miles north. Church entrance is on the right, off of County Road 205

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Go west on Hwy 290 to Hempstead. Take Hwy. 6 north toward Navasota. Turn right on Hwy 105 east to Plantersville and turn left at blinking yellow light onto FM1774 and go about 2 miles north. Church entrance is on the right, off of County Road 205

Take Hwy 6 south around Navasota and take Hwy 105 east (Conroe) exit. Turn left onto Hwy 105 to Plantersville and turn left at blinking yellow light onto FM1774 and go about 2 miles north. Church entrance is on the right, off of County Road 205

Take Hwy 6 south around Navasota and take Hwy 105 east (Conroe) exit. Turn left onto Hwy 105 to Stoneham. Turn right on Spur 234 and go over the railroad tracks. Turn left at the T and veer right over the railroad tracks onto CR 304. Go 2/10 mile to the church entrance on the left.